Day: September 4, 2018
You’ll never guess who I got this ficus from!
Originally posted on Adam's Art and Bonsai Blog:
Seriously, unless you’re an avid reader of the blog there’s no way you could guess who I got the tree from. Here it was in its first appearance. Which was several years ago. And now, today (after a quick defoliation). And after a quick wire removal. The pot it’s in is a Bellota, by the late… Continue reading You’ll never guess who I got this ficus from!
Kusamono Workshop @ Bud
Originally posted on Bonsai Eejit:
When I was in County Clare on my travels I did a Kusamono workshop in partnership with Ray at Bud Garden Centre. Being a bit of a passion for me and also catching on fast with the folk down there we thought we’d give it a whirl with limited numbers due to space available. We even had sign ups from… Continue reading Kusamono Workshop @ Bud
Chipping sparrow a common summer nesting bird
Originally posted on Our Fine Feathered Friends:
Photo by Dave Menke/USFWS • A black line running through the eye bordered by a white stripe, as well as a rusty-red cap, helps distinguish the chipping sparrow from other “little brown birds” that belong in the sparrow family. I needed to do some homework before I could answer a question posed to me by Frances Rosenbalm of… Continue reading Chipping sparrow a common summer nesting bird
Momiji da margotta
Originally posted on Kitora no do:
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